Albert Marrin books


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  • Karen

    I just borrowed and couldn’t put down Albert Marrin’s book on the flu pandemic of 1918.  Very, Very, Very Dreadful is the title. I wanted to tell you all because I’d never read any of Marrin’s books before, but this one was definitely living and a page turner, but filled with facts.

    Nebby, I know you have used Marrin’s books in the past. Are they all so good?


    Julie Cunningham

    Thanks for the suggestion. My library has several titles!


    Have you read Rats?  We just read it and it was so fascinating.  I know most people find rats disgusting but did you know they have survived an atomic bomb, can chew through concrete and iron and can climb straight up a brick wall?

    I put together a blog on books for a rat unit study (lol) if anyone here is interested –

    Tamara Bell

    Karen and Keechivalley,

    Have you added those books to the CM Bookfinder?  If not, would you be willing to do so for other families?

    I’d personally love it if you would.  I have heard wonderful things about Marrin’s books.  Simply Charlotte Mason includes some of his books in the history guides.  I’m looking forward to getting to them!


    Added Rats!

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